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[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> stephanie: wee, it's friday. >> hurray. >> stephanie: oh, my god, jacki schechner, i would ask you what you're doing this weekend. but i know. you're partying with me. >> i am. >> stephanie: that's the kind the geeks we are. you're all invited. what are you doing. we hang out and have the same
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political geek talk just 24/7. >> then it gives us something to talk about the following week. we create havoc and debauchery and then we we can talk about it it. >> hmm. >> stephanie: now you set off the perv boss. jacki schechner's. she's in pants. it's not pantsless friday. >> you can't see her. >> stephanie: we just took a peek. wow, here is jacki schechner in the current news center. >> president obama is travel to go hatfield, pennsylvania to tour and give a speech at at the factory that makes tinker toys and other connect brands. it's a third generation family business and employs 150 people at that particular facility. the president's visit would highlight the impact that the taxes would affect the season.
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it's all to garner public support and back republicans into a corner as fiscal cliff negotiations continue. tim geithner went up to the hill yesterday and laid out the president's offer. this is what it looks like. the goal is to get to $1.6 trillion in revenue. letting the tax cuts expire for the top 2% and then raise capital gains. that would bring in $196 billion. and then the tax code over overhaul, and extension of unemployment benefits and more stimulus spending. republicans for their part dismiss the offer immediately calling it unbalanced, and unreasonable. so the question is what kind of leverage do republicans have at this point? talking points memo notes that they do have control over whether or not we raise the debt ceiling which is something we have to do in the next few weeks
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or so. while it does not factor into the mass that is considered right now it does give house speaker john boehner program cuts like entitlement cuts back into the conversation. we're back with the show stay with us. as i looked out across the battlefield at antietam. i saw the future of one great nation. but only barely, because the sun was like, way in my grill. george mcclellan, the general, hands me his pair of foster grant sunglasses, and i could see! my wife, mary todd, found them so fetching. >> he looked so fine i started to call him babe-raham lincoln. >> i was like, mary, please. >> you look like a baby, a literal child. i bought a pair online, shipped to 115 main st., that's my gettysburg address. i'm funny. i find them to be affordable frames, of the people, for the people, and, not, by the
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people, that's part of this freedom thing. end slavery, let people buy awesome sunglasses. who's behind those foster grants? abraham stinkin' lincoln. >> i came up with that slogan myself.
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[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: my my. >> rain shine. >> stephanie: i'm glad we got
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that all of our system. we've had a stressful week here at "the stephanie miller show." >> it seems that everything that could go wrong would go wrong. >> stephanie: we hate everybody but you had. >> we're giving each other a big hug. >> stephanie: we'll close the door. >> you said that yesterday. >> stephanie: we've had that friggin' panda all week. six minutes after the hour. happy friday, everybody. er what? there's all sorts of speculation about what the major announcement is this morning. did i mention sexy liberal john fugelsang will be here in hour three? i wonder if that was the foreshadowing of any kind. hum, what could the sexual liberal announcement be. ann rice, are you playing d.c.?
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what? how did that get out? what is going on in d.c. in january? what? huh? >> it's a new year, and time for a new inauguration. >> and the president of the united states is once again barack obama. ♪ america ♪ >> and time for a new sexy liberal. >> not a victory but a celebration of freedom. >> no, a new sexy liberal show. >> january 19th inauguration weekend in our nation's capitol in warner theaterrer the sexy liberal makes it's 2013 debut. >> including hal sparks, john fugelsang and aiesha taylor, and stephanie miller, the long
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awaited washington, d.c. stephanie miller sexy liberal show at the warner theater january 19th. >> thank you rocky mountain mike. >> wow! >> the who will not be there. >> no, but all four sexy liberals. >> it's another sexy liberal palooza. we had to go out with a bang, so we have to come in with a bang. ann said a cousin of mine works at the tech crew and said you're going to be making another sexy liberal trip. how did you get the warner on inauguration? springsteen could not get it when he wanted to have a concert. you guys are superstars. ann thank you. >> it's so huge i want to see it's birth certificate.
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>> stephanie: what? >> i don't know. >> stephanie: see, by the way people did make t-shirts at aisha's thing when she said the president smells like cookies and freedom. a lot of cookies and freedom es. >> i think it's going to be hard to wear a t-shirt in washington, d.c. >> stephanie: jim would enjoy it with aisha. it's cold, party hats. this is very exciting for sexy liberal. this is the deal. mama is a broken down old warhorse. i can't keep doing it at this pace. we've been doing it for the last couple of years. huge exciting news. it will be more of the community, dating site and all kind of--it will be a sexy liberal community. it will be huge destination site. we're working on a lot of exciting plans.
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the live components. there will only three. dc is the east coast one. in the spring it will be i'm going to say midwest. we won't say where and then the fall west coast. that's it for 2013. steph heads, you have to get on the stick. that's it, three huge events. >> huge. >> it sound like people need to get their travel packages in order. >> people need to get on the stick immediately. so very exciting. inauguration weekend in washington, d.c. [applause] those poor people sexy liberal people in d.c. >> and apparently jim and i get to go along on this one. that's kind of cool. >> stephanie: and hopefully jackijacki schechner, and i'm going to guess a huge surprise celebrity on panel. >> huge. >> huge. >> barack obama.
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>> stephanie: i'm sure that will happen, and can i do the tea bagging demonstration now that he doesn't have to be re-elected. >> would that be the dream of yours to be tea bagged by the president. >> stephanie: don't be disrespectful. [ buzzer ] i believe we will be broadcasting from there monday, tuesday, for the inauguration, and then charlotte, north carolina, to my mom's for her 90s birthday. i talked to my mom yesterday. >> is she still proud of you. >> stephanie: no, we've gone past that. all right yeah, very exciting news. that's how we're going to kick off 2013 for sexy liberal. very exciting. speaking of fun things online. [ world news music ] i did not google myself this week. >> no, no, no. >> stephanie: no, no no. but if you google grampy, if you google john mccain bitter, he
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continues to be a bitter old idiot. the second one that comes up, john mccain is long and bitter and he wants you off it among 3 million or so other results. so that's that. >> very troubled. very troubled troubling. [ mystical music ] >> stephanie: is susan rice responsible for anything else? she's apparently responsible for the 1998 bombing where she was an assistant. >> pearl harbor. >> something. >> she is responsible for the embassy bombings in africa. >> stephanie: sure sure. it's amazing what she had to say what "b" what a jim dandy idea that condoleezza rice was after she gave bad intelligence over and over again on a multitude of sunday shows and i'm going to guess on shows that are not on sunday, different days of the week. mushroom threat cover.
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mushroom cloud. smoking gun. >> it's the other rice. >> stephanie: exactly. >> sound byte: we don't want the smoking gun to be a mushroom cloud. >> stephanie: no that intelligence was perfect. thanks for sharing that. >> she used the presidential daily briefing for kindling. osama bin laden determined to strike blah-blah-blah blah. >> stephanie: do you think she went this, someone in the administration went blah-blah-blah blah. >> i can't hear you. i'm not listening. blah-blah-blah. >> oweosama is our guy--oh i said too much. >> stephanie: yoink. look here, we have a new congress--bill p ascral will talk about where we are. a lot of reports on the fiscal
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cliff. >> 30% of the cliff, no big deal. >> okay. >> stephanie: what? new abc poll tax the rich and leave medicare alone. >> that's crazy. >> stephanie: that's nearly 60%. >> that's more than 47%. >> stephanie: right, 60% of the "abc news" poll results of this poll echo the national exit polls in the presidential election just fyi. >> if we do that, 98% of people get a tax cut. who could be against that? oh the republicans. >> stephanie: we'll have audio from this. the president explained it really, really well, exactly what that means. 67% of this polishing more than 60. >> yes nearly 70. >> stephanie: nearly 70 oppose another suggestion raising medicinemedicare eligibility age.
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>> we have that audio. >> stephanie: why don't we play it. >> i can get the cd from yesterday. we played it yesterday. >> stephanie: no, the actual breakdown, it's only on the first 250,000. explaining how everybody basically gets a tax break. >> i don't think we have that audio. >> stephanie: well, you're fired. >> you're fired. you're fired. you are fired. >> stephanie: can we have that found bite. >> you're fired. >> stephanie: debby in maryland. you're on "the stephanie miller show"." >> caller: good morning steph good morning mook. i've been listening to you guys since radio days. >> stephanie: wow, since the beginning of radio. >> caller: yes, air america wasn't it? >> stephanie: we've never been air america. >> caller: i'm so excited that i'm in maryland and you're coming to the warner theater. i want some of the touchy feely
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seats. >> stephanie: yes, if you want a little bit of this, you better get on the horn. >> when do they go on sale. >> stephanie: now, now now. [ screaming ] >> i want them now. >> go to >> stephanie: and on facebook as well. and we've posted the link. >> i haven't seen the link yet. >> stephanie: we'll get right on that. >> what? >> stephanie: what was i going to say? the only east coast i'm telling you, the only east coast show in in 2013. do it, get it, go. 17 minutes after the hour on "the stephanie miller show"." >> announcer: join the party 1-800-steph-12.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. yes, she's right, the relationshiprhythm isgoing to get you. one thing i know. 1-800-steph-12 toll-free from anywhere. >> rhythm got me and i got it back. hum mustard. >> stephanie: carolyn from illinois welcome. you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: you're not going to like it. i'm a former tea party person. >> stephanie: i like it. former is my favorite part. >> caller: it's really embarrassing to admit but i'm trying to reform myself. there is a big movement. i know so many tea party people
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who are just so disappointed, and we feel used. >> stephanie: yep. >> caller: you know, republicans, they care about money. they don't care about us. i'm a poor tea party person. >> stephanie: you should not be embarrassed about that at all. i heard my friend randy rhodes talk about this. the tea party did not start as a bad idea. there are a lot of people like you that some principles made sense, but you're absolutely right, they used to. >> caller: i feel so delusioned. i started believing that maybe we could help everybody but i don't think there is a future for republicans. because once the tea party kind of realized they had been used, they're going to turn. there is going to be a backlash, and people that are in need are going to come together and the republican don't have a chance. i think the funniest thing is my poor spanish friend. they think they'll have a future trying to get spanish votes. are they crazy?
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>> stephanie: yes, exactly. >> caller: or tea party votes in the future. they will not get tea party votes. we're against them now. >> stephanie: i think sane people look at joe wall welch. it's not the tea party people. they're mean. >> caller: they plan on us being stupid so we reelect them, i'm just so embarrassed to be associated with the tea party. >> stephanie: don't be embarrassed. welcome to the light and i love you. >> caller: we have to come out ex-tea partyer group that are somewhat normal. >> you can come to the sexy liberal show. i love you guys. >> stephanie: you're awesome. everybody likes reince priebus. >> wouldn't it be awesome to
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have two more years of him by the way shape in the chat room said that the rhythm is never going to get you. >> stephanie: too white? >> yeah. >> stephanie: i could be, you know a republican committee chairman i'm so white, expect i don't have a penis. >> as far as we know. >> stephanie: not since the late 70s. speaking of people who have not come to the light, a kentucky teacher, hum, you can guess where this is going. kentucky high school teacher reprimanded for a political attack on an opportunity. kendra baker wrote you can't be a democrat and go to heaven during a rant. one student's mother said the action violated policy, but the teacher was not fired. kendra baker oh psychology teacher
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even after one student asked her to stop. she retailated and told the teen that she would have to watch her parents die. >> oh, my god. she's very familiar with the crazy, the psychology teacher. >> and teaching children? wow, god. >> stephanie: ironically, that school will need a good psychologist because of that psychology teacher. speaking of teaching, can you take your organ out for me? [ organ music ] >> stephanie: demon sex makes you gay. >> only if you're doing it right. [ laughing ] >> stephanie: this is the entity involved, this is demon sex. this is my barbara hershey movie. >> you have to freeze it in liquid nitrogen. >> stephanie: you remember barbara hershey. >> of course i think it was
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1981. >> so that's what happened. >> stephanie: she was raped by sound effect repeatedly. that's the only reason why you knew something was in the room. >> freezing it with liquid nitrogen. >> stephanie: a christian magazine warns us. >> good to know. >> stephanie: that sexuality is caused by sex with suckubi. the reining consensus is that an inherited trait but only because they don't know how to party. a far sexier explanation has been offered up by christian magazine charisma which conducted it's own research of sexuality. >> what did theywhat kind of research did they have to do. >> stephanie: interview barbara
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hershey. contessa adams shares her decades long struggle with demon sex. >> decades longs. >> stephanie: yes. >> she got it right. >> she finally found a demon that wanted to have sex with her her. >> you're skanky--rarh. >> stephanie: is this legitimate? wouldn't she have a way to shut this down? she describes them in her book as consequences, buy my book, some people become so depend on these demonic experiences that they look forward to them. >> stephanie: oh, it's late. >> i have a date with a demon. >> stephanie: i have to pretend i'm sleeping, what are you doing? >> stop it, stop it, don't stop. >> stephanie: stop it, stop it,
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stop it, stop it. >> ann romney. >> stephanie: tonight i'm curious. anybody who has not been attacked by them will tell you they're worried they cannot find that pleasure with mortal people. >> what does this have to do with homosexuality. >> stephanie: i'm getting to this. the incubus that a male sexual demon, and sometimes they deal in homosexual behavior. >> or perhaps it was all a dream. >> stephanie: what you're a suckubus, but i'm a girl. you can't oh no. >> so that's how it happened. >> that's how it works. >> all right, all right. >> it all makes sense. >> that explains so much. >> stephanie: 29 minutes after the hour. >> no, no,.
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>> stephanie: i have a sad panda. i have a sad demon. right back on "the stephanie miller show." right have, about the "heavy hand of government" ... i want to have that conversation. really? you know i'd like to arm our viewers with the ability to argue with their conservative uncle joe over the dinner table.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> sound byte: idiot. dummy. jerk. whore. >> stephanie: stephanie miller. what is that? that's roland high-strung over something. confusion over this sexy liberal dc. good morning roland. >> aagh. it's like watching someone die
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at the opera. >> you buried the lead. what happened. >> whatwas that opera? the at the oprah the average age is 3,000. >> stephanie: mitt romney's voter's parents. >> someone always dies. >> especially on stage. things got intense i heard a shout out help. there is commotion, and i think they are going to stop the show. but no. they quietly go up with the gurney and get the guy. he died of a heart attack. >> stephanie: other than that, how was the play. >> caller: it was completely norm fornormal for them. >> stephanie: this is for sexy liberal. >> caller: go to ticket master and look up sexy liberal. use the seat map and the v.i.p.
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tickets are in the center section for the first 14 rose 14 rows there. if you click on that, it will say v.i.p. tickets. >> stephanie: and you get the meet and group with that. >> yes exactly. the pull-down maps are not a clear but put in the available seats and v.i.p. tickets. >> center section first 14 rows. >> stephanie: and it will say v.i.p. >> caller: the link is on sexy liberal facebook. >> i have it up on stevie miller facebook. >> stephanie: and the stephanie miller. let me rub your belly. >> sound byte: blah-blah what blah-blah. >> they killed at the opera. >> stephanie: we're right at the precipice of the fiscal hill, speed bump, bill pascal joins us. good morning congressman.
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>> good morning stephanie. how are you today. >> stephanie: good. this is our first time having you on the show. >> yes happy to be here and talk to you. >> stephanie: tell us lay people where things are at. john boehner said there has been no substantive progress in the fiscal cliff talks. >> whose fault is that. >> stephanie: yes, they have yet to get serious about real spending cuts. it's the same kind of rhetoric, isn't it? >> caller: i guess the election is not over. >> stephanie: yeah yeah, yeah. that seems to be the critical thing. they don't seem to realize that the american people have spoken. >> caller: i think everyone is trying to position himself here to get down to brass tacks which is what is going to happen before you go into oblivion. i'm not surprised with what is
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going on. the president made a proposal yesterday. $1.6 trillion in revenues which included $960 billion in raising marginal rates. we want the president to keep his promise. that's what the elections are all about. >> stephanie: that's right. we were just reading the latest "washington post" "abc news" poll and it echos the exit polls. 61% want those to pay their fair share, and 70% don't want them to raise the social security medicare eligibility rate. >> that's not the problem raising the rates on the well- well-to-do. the president has come through
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with 1 trillion-dollar in tax cuts over a year and a half ago. i think that this could be resolveed if we put aside our election day differences and move on. we need to compromise. you've seen some crack in the armor of the republican. you got a couple of house members pretty conservative folks who have come forward and said look, the election is over. let's understand that the president won the election. we're not recounting ballots here. and if you want to extend this election fine. i think they'll come off on the that end of the stick. there are many things in the president's proposal. one thing that is not in the president's proposal, which i was surprised at, it does not include an extension of the unemployment insurance. i think that would be devastating in many industrial states in this country. i must have an exception to that but for the most part i
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think the president has put forth a pretty balanced approach stephanie. i don't think they understand what that means. >> stephanie: congressman, what are the chances at this hour you passing the tax cuts for the 98% of us as the president has asked and those in the senate have asked. >> caller: the president asked at the beginning of this year, which was not in the heat of the campaign, and i think it was fair to do it. let's debate the other stuff let's get the middle class sustain the tax cuts, and i think that's going to be--if we don't sustain the upper income tax cuts, then that's $800 billion to $900 billion over a 10-year period. i think that's a good place to start. we know we have to make adjustments in medicare, but when you put the entitlements into the middle of this kind of an argument, i think what you're going to do is defeat what you
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are attempting. that is to begin the process of reforming the tax code. you're going to begin the comprehensive part of that next year. i look forward to that. you know as well as i know the very core of what the president stands for is that the--we have skewed not to our favor not to the middle class' favor the tax code. you and i cannot afford to hire a lot of lawyers to protect our assets to protect--you know, now we tax inproportion atlyproportionately. we don't tax wealth. i think the suggestion is a principle that i will take into into the comprehensive tax reforms because i believe that wealth should be taxed. you cannot hide it in the cayman
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island. you can't hide it in capital gains. why should that be taxed at a different rate? because you're going to reinvest that money? that didn't happen in 2001 or 2003. the unemployment rate there is horrible. president bush had a terrible second term, lost hundreds of thousands of jobs. what the heck are we talking about here? where is the proof? where is the data. >> stephanie: representative john boehner said this yesterday. >> sound byte: the country doesn't need a victory lap. it needs leadership. >> oh, shut up. >> caller: that's a great line. >> stephanie: this is what the president ran on. this was not a victory lap. this was the defining argument of the election that he just won. the american people voted for this. this is what we should be doing. >> caller: stephanie, i only hope, i would not say this unless i believed it, my only hope is that we gain good for
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the middle class is john boehner. he's posturing no question about it. i think john boehner would like to see some kind of a compromise in a resolution. he has been led by the nose by the far right in his party over the last two years. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: he fell for that hook line and sinker to protect his own assets. [ ha ha, ha ] >> caller: the point of the matter is he know it would be the road off their cliff. i think boehner is a voice of reason if the president himself, could sit down over a period of time. you're not going to do this in one hour. they don't have that kind of a relationship, and of course, you don't whether that kind of a relationship in the heat of a
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campaign or in the heat of this disaster that we're witnessing. >> stephanie: it seems the problem is that the campaign never ends for them. since their goal of making him an one-term president they are still running--they don't want the economy to get better. >> caller: you're right, stephanie. when there were enough things to happen in the campaign to indicate to me in the house of representatives or the senate that they didn't want the economy to improve. because they thought that that would be too much of a plus for the president. the country is more important. you got to go back to what mccain and obama did in september of 2008. when they came in and said to us, we're going to go off the cliff at that time. that's why we voted to bail out the banks even though many of them deserved to be kicked out. the fact is that both mccain
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and obama rose above the clatter of the campaign. mid-september. they voted for and supported even though they held their nose they did it. they did it. we need that same thing to happen right now to move above the political arena and make some decisions for the common good of america. >> stephanie: yep. >> caller: and help them across. i think it can be done. >> stephanie: representative. >> caller: i'm sorry. >> stephanie: go ahead. >> caller: i don't think the president's resolution that he presented yesterday is going to be the final package. i think it's a good starting point. for mcconnell to laugh at it doesn't say much to me. what else can he do? he obviously doesn't understand the economy. you go back over his statements over the last two or three years, i don't want to have my
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life depend upon his decisions. >> stephanie: that's for sure. >> caller: because he has made very poor ones. i don't believe i'll repeat it, sorry to repeat it, but boehner is the key to solving this problem. >> stephanie: i agree with you. representative, i don't often say this to a first time guest but i think you're one of my new favorites. >> well, stephanie, i do watch you when i'm back in jersey. and i saw you at the convention a little bit but you were tied up and busy. i like the guys you work with because they're down to earth boots on the ground. that's the kind of guy i am. >> we would love to have you back congressman. >> stephanie: awesome to talk to you. talk to you again real soon. representative pascrell from the state of new jersey. >> people are jerks. >> stephanie: he was wrong about you two. >> i'm boots on the ground. salt of the earth. >> look, boots on the ground.
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>> stephanie: he didn't see your shoes. what the hell are those shiny things with green stripes. >> shiny footwear. >> stephanie: 46 minutes after the hour right back on "the stephanie miller show"." >> announcer: high brow, low brow uni brow. it's "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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>> stephanie: what happened? it went away. the party is over. hit the lights. 51 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll-free. >> you're fired. >> can i go home. >> stephanie: no, you stay and keep mishandling the buttons for a while. the tickets are going fast for the just announced sexy liberal as of 9:64 there are only--he means eastern time there are only 80 v.i.p. ticket left. this is the only east coast show in 2013. i know people want those tickets. i feel bad when they can't get them. get them now.
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>> run! >> get it while it's hot. >> john baker on your facebook page said it's not a fiscal cliff. it's more like a fiscal tumble down a freshly laundered hand towels. >> stephanie: let's do it. sound fun. let's go to lisa in illinois. >> caller: i think we should go over the cliff because we really have nothing to lose. and mcconnell is like a dinosaur. >> stephanie: more like a galapagos island turtle which is very old. >> caller: and saying victory lap. you know how exciting it would be? people would love to see the president come to town. they look so happy. nobody in their line look happy. everybody holding signs they're not smiling. they look like they're paid to be there. they really do. >> stephanie: well, many of them were, all right.
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>> and some of them are disappointed tea partyers like the person we talked to earlier. >> stephanie: john boner i i am mature. >> victory lap so popular. hate it. >> stephanie: here is the boner. >> sound byte: despite the claims that the president supports a balanced approach, the democrats have yet to get serious about real spending. >> they're not serious. they have to get rid of medicare medicare, welfare and kill off all the poor people. that's the only thing that will work. take the victory lap because he's so popular. >> stephanie: starting position, why won't the president get serious. >> that's an approach. >> that's a solution semi. >> stephanie: i made a chart. poor people and chipper.
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>> we need mulch. >> stephanie: and new things will grow, new rich things. the boner. >> sound byte: we had a very nice conversation last night that was direct and straightforward. >> i had four bourbons three and four, and he barfed on the president's shoes. >> stephanie: we're told. once again they find themselves in a stand off. the debt ceiling shown offdown. once again. the president met in private conversation and made it abundantly to the boner that they want the package. they said we're not idiots,. the speaker dipped back in his usual rhetoric where he said any
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increase has to be accompanied by spending reductions that meet or exceed it. should the debt ceiling remain unresolved, the democrats explore the illegal school of thought calling it a violation of the 14th amendment, which declares validity of the public debt shall not be questioned. if the republicans continue to use it as leverage, you can see talk of it said one democratic aide. interesting, that. >> that's just stupid. >> stephanie: the boner again. >> sound byte: i have to tell you i'm disappointed in where we are. going over the fiscal cliff is serious business. >> is serious. >> sound byte: i'm here trying to resolve it. i would hope the white house would get serious as well. >> get it solved with bourbon. >> stephanie: jim can confirm this is what we've been doing all morning. i brought in leftover french
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fries and i brought mustard and i've been doing this all morning. sorry about the carpet. sorry, sorry. >> the noises were more graphic when there was more mustard. >> speaking of immature on facebook, tell stephanie if she's ever in austin, i know a gay boy who would motor boat her vigorously. [ squeezing mustard ] >> so that happened. >> stephanie: we've had a week. dan in columbus, here on "the stephanie miller show." hi dan. >> caller: hey, stephanie. my congressional district is right next to john boehners, and if anyone thinks he's the voice of reason, they need to come and read the columbus dispatch to see some of the stuff that he says that is even more
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inflammatory than the stuff he has been saying the last week or so. he cares about one thing, and that's keeping himself in the speaker office and keeping canter out. if he makes any deal he'll have to start moving his bourbon bottles out of the liquor cabinet. thank you. >> stephanie: that's all you hear, clinking of bottles. >> just a minute. i'll be out in a minute. i have some stuff to do. >> stephanie: when eric cantor finally overthrows him that's when you'll here clink clink clink, hang on. >> i don't have that sound effect. >> stephanie: the third time you're fired. >> it smells like a staff northwestern here. >> you know, he has bottles behind the radiator, all these hiding places. >> stephanie: and he has stolen them from planes for emergencies. 58 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> an enormous enter fries and a midas touch man comes in and
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turns around the government money, it is not just bain. it is everything he touches. >> stephanie: yes, or the governor tomorrow night. she is awesome. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: hello, tea world jacki schechner bff esteemed journalist and baton which willer, it would seem for the big opening of the sexy liberal show in washington, d.c. where chris and jim will be there joining you. you'll be busting out the baton.
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>> you promised not to bring it up again. >> you bright it up first. >> that was a long time ago. that was months ago. [ singing ] >> stephanie: come on, jacki. >> i'm marching in my head. i'm dancing on the inside. >> stephanie: yes, she is. she has marched straight into the current news center, jacki schechner. >> good morning. the supreme court is expected to take up the issue of gay marriage deciding whether or not to hear the proposition 8 case before it. ruled the 2008 state ballot measure here in california is unconstitutional. here's how this works. the high court decides not to hear the case, and the appeal court ruling stands, that means gay marriage will be legal. if the court decides it wants to hear the case, then gay marriage is on hold until there is a ruling some time next year. now legal in nine states and in
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washington, d.c. the courts decideing whether it wants to take up one of several cases on the marriage act it. doma defines marriage between a man and a woman and there is a provision that denies benefits of same-sex couples. they have struck down that division as unconstitutional which makes it more likely that the supreme court will want to hear at least one of those cases. one of the big questions we had after the election is not why mitt romney lost but why he was so convinced he was going to win. this morning the new republic has an exclusive report on the campaign's final internal polls in six swing states, and it looks like they were flawed. pollsters overestimated the turn turnout when polled they were most interested in the election. and they were off on their demographics as we now know the the new republic, voters turned out to be younger and less white than the romney campaign
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expected. the romney team thought they had momentum going into election day and it was likely at that stage of the game the most loyal partisans were answering their phones for pollsters. everyone at that point had had enough. we're back after the break. stay with us. going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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internet. female skiers. 1-800-steph-12, the phone number. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll-free from anywhere. speaking of found things online. i got my tickets to the show. thanks for coming to the nation's capitol for sexy times. what is she talking about. >> it's the new year, and time for a new inauguration. >> and the united states of president of the united states is once again barack obama. >> and time for a new sexy liberal. >> not a victory of body but celebration of freedom. >> a new sexy liberal show. >> january 19th inauguration weekend at the warner theater "the stephanie millerthethethe stephanie miller show.
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>> hal sparks, john fugelsang aiesha tyler. and the queen of progressive talk radio. the long awaited washington, d.c. stevie stephanie miller sexy liberal show. >> a lot of viali cialis in that promo. >> stephanie: it's a community. it's a movement. it's a thing. it's a happening. it will be crazy dating site, meeting place just like the live shows. that is the only east coast show. three so shows. that's the east coast the midwest and then the west coast and that's it.
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that's all she wrote. >> i hope it's going to be warmer than the last inauguration. it was really, really cold. >> i had to wear my world war ii cap which i only do at halloween. >> stephanie: we remember being there for the george w. bush inauguration.. [ wah wah ] it should have been a sign of things to come. >> you made me stand out in the cold for your inauguration tickets. >> stephanie: i did? >> yes. >> stephanie: i suck. >> you were wearing open-toed shoes. >> stephanie: granted i was a diva but i didn't know how long you would have to wait. will you go get my tickets. >> and it was cold. >> stephanie: cutting to later that same day. chris lavoie's extremities oh,
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i hate that. the boner to the president. >> sound byte: it's time to tell the american people what spending cuts they're really willing to make. >> stephanie: oh hush up. senator schumer. >> sound byte: we're waiting for some specifics somewhere for our republicans colleagues to show us that they're serious on negotiations. >> that's specific for you. is this specific enough for you? >> stephanie: theyesterday. >> sound byte: the spending cut proposal must be a rhetorical question, because we have put very specific spending cut proposals. >> stephanie: eric cantor spokesperson is pushing back. yuck schumer said the democrats
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are preparing a rhetorical family workframework, and schumer said, not true. >> why would you say that. >> stephanie: you always want to know about the guy who lost badly and the to the guy who lost badly. newt gringrich. the guy who was run out on a rail when he was speaker of the house. house. >> i guy who said they wouldn't be held responsible, and then it worked out. >> stephanie: newt gringrich with a message. get a grip and stop negotiating with president obama. good advice. they are the majority. they're not the minority. >> good plan. >> stephanie: he told republicans don't need to form a surrender caucus. he said there is no fiscal cliff. it's absolute total nonsense. he's obviously-- >> crazy.
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>> stephanie: the first guy you want advice from. the guy who shut the government down, do you remember? then they lost in landslides because of that guy there. okay dan in chicago. hi dan. hello dan. dan, dan, going once, how about garth in washington. hi garth. >> caller: hi, stephanie how are you today? >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i'm a boy here in washington, and we're going over this cliff, but i think the cliff was passed a long time ago. what is wrong with the flat tax where everybody paid the same. i don't know enough about it, but nobody speaks of that. also-- >> stephanie: you're talking about the steve forbes, he's the one who brings that up every year. i know it sounds simple. a lot of times things that sound simple are not necessarily the best idea. >> it would be well, it would take away all deductions. like owning homes and stuff like
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that. and it would be really, really unfair to poorer people who can't afford to pay 10% or whatever of their income. >> stephanie: let'slet's go to dana in maryland. >> caller: good morning, guys, how are you doing? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: just a couple of things. the warner, my girlfriend was texting me. i was in the car. i remember i went to my reunion i shouldn't have and she wasn'ted to take me to the l.a. show. ironically she's going to be here with her mom for the inauguration weekend. and we're going to go to the show. i'm looking at my meet and group ticket right now. we're trying to coordinate. thank you for coming here. i can't be more excited. >> stephanie: i'll throw in a free grope from chris and jim. feel free to manhandle them like i do. >> i want to group everybody
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but i can't wait to get my hands on hal. the salvation army saying that they opened a different door. i bought my trevor t-shirt because of you. because you give up one thing another door opens. >> stephanie: except in my personal life, when a door shuts, a window shuts, too and i'm screwed. >> the window slams on your fingers. >> stephanie: i love you honey. see you in d.c. >> caller: i love you so much. >> you have to have your hands open. you can't--that's a fist. >> stephanie: it's radio. okay. let's go to. sorry, i didn't get that hand gesture right for radio. welcome. >> caller: good morning, everybody. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: how are you doing? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: you guys are the greatest. you keep me going every morning.
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but if the corporate--if the republican party, if they kill off all the poor people, who are going to build the day-to-day tasks. garbage is going to magically disappear. all the fast foods restaurant served to people who don't have any money left? they haven't thought this through. >> stephanie: they have not thought through once they make poor people into mulch. >> gardners. >> stephanie: who is going to spread the mulch. >> the gardeners themselves have become mulch. >> republicans don't think things through. >> stephanie: no, do you have the latest reason why i'm a giant loser? i slept wrong. how can you sleep wrong. it's really not that difficult. >> i tend to sleep on my left side and sometimes-- >> stephanie: i slept entirely wrong. >> you need a chiropractor.
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>> stephanie: i need something. i need my shakras realigned. >> do you want me to walk on your back. >> stephanie: no. good morning. >> caller: good morning stephanie, my sexy. >> stephanie: hello now. >> caller: the judge is upholding the ceo bonus as soon as you mean that is comprised of the unions of pension money? nice. >> caller: yes, once again so once again workers ceos get the twinkie and the workers get the dingdong. >> stephanie: through you go. it's only funny because it's true. speaking of food. mittens and the president had lunch yesterday as we know. senator harry reid talking about the mitt romney lunch.
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>> sound byte: i think that sends a great message to the american people. these two men were involved in a very bitter election to be president of the united states. i think it speaks well of both of them that they would sit down and have lump together. >> black russians were not on-- >> stephanie: no, it was an hour. it was the minimum. have you ever gone to a thing and thought i'm going to make this as short as politely humanly possible. and they vowed to stay in touch. >> sure. >> stephanie: call me. >> have ain' summer. >> stephanie: yeah, don't ever change. >> you know it was just turkey chili, you know it was leftovers leftovers, add beans there. yeah. [ farting sounds ] >> stephanie: apparently the conversation focused on the leadership in the world and the importance--no, it didn't. i hate you. i kicked your ass. >> nice job offending all of our
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allies. >> stephanie: yeah, nice job nicely done. i'm revoking your passport. >> he can. >> stephanie: yeah, they pledged to stay in touch continue with opportunities to work together. >> blah-blah-blah. >> stephanie: and share interests that arise in the future. this was closed to the press. probably because it was just a lot of smack talk. access was limited to what was released after the meeting. i bet his hair was messed up and they had to fix themselves. i bet there was a scuffle. i think romney looked like at the gas station and they had to clean him up. >> launder and press his shirt. let's go and have a beer together. oh no, oops. >> stephanie: sorry. can i just say i love this part. just like any other visitor to the white house. romney had to provide social
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security, birth date oh, you mean his birth certificate? [ laughing ] >> you were born on kolob wait a minute. >> stephanie: what? earlier he had breakfast with his running mate, little pauley ryan. i got to go. i have a thing with the president, loser. time for you to go do your p 90 x and turn your cap around and do some curls. >> don't get me started. >> stephanie: 19 minutes. >> pressure one of those guys who stand in the sun and then covers your eyes because the bill is backwards? it's there in the front for a reason. >> stephanie: what are you eight? turn it around. 19 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> announcer: it's like a meeting of jokes. it's "the stephanie miller show."
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: mm-hmm, it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 24 minutes after the hour, 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll-free from anywhere. chris in california, hi, chris. >> caller: hey stephanie how are you doing this morning? >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: earlier i heard you say john boehner made a comment about now is not the time for
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victory laps. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: i disagree. i think now is exactly the time for victory lap and during that victory lap. president obama needs to make good on the assumption that he's going to legalize gay marriage in the future. my husband and i have been together for 14 years. >> stephanie: the president can't legalize gay marriage himself. hopefully the supreme court will. >> caller: we're very hopeful that the proposition 8 thing goes back to the state. >> stephanie: me too. by the way we're going to--honey, we're going to find out soon. our friends at prop 8 we're going to find out whether the supreme court will hear it or not. [ world news music] i don't think he's taking a victory lap. these are the key issues that he won on. meanwhile, stuart stevens. >> oh, him.
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didn't he play guitar for billy idol. >> stephanie: no, it's a different story every day that proves why he lost. because this guy was his adviser. if mitt romney's campaign could fix one mistake--just one really? to win the election. stuart stephen said this morning it would be reaching out to women and hispanic voters. you think? striking a different emphasis in the op-ed he wrote in the "washington post." yesterday he said the republican campaign could take comfort in the fact that it won wealthier and whiter voters, and held on to the moral victory over president obama. >> huh? moral victory? moral. >> stephanie: yes, because they have whiter, richer voters. >> giving more money to rich people. >> stephanie: and then he turned around the next day--he's a flip flopper, too oh, we probably should have done something more for the chicks and the brown people. what did i say. >> did he say that president obama had an immoral victory.
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>> stephanie: yes, the completely wrong kind of people voted for him. >> oh, my god. >> stephanie: the major themes in the campaign were still the right ones to go with. i don't think it was the ideas. i think the ideas carried the day for us. >> they were the right ones, the far right right ones. >> stephanie: those carried ideas carried the day. >> and you know who else said far right? [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: all right. [ singing ] >> stephanie: i thought you meant reince priebus. >> reince priebus. >> stephanie: bonnie in jersey. >> caller: when you listen to it on the telephone and watch it on television, it's one of those chop chop movies. >> those godzilla movies. >> stephanie: because i'm out of sync.
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>> caller: yeah, i'm calling about medicare and social security. specifically social security. which was established as a trust fund. >> stephanie: that's right. >> caller: i worked in law for 40 years in government and politics and a trust fund is a fiduciary responsibility, which means they can't mess with it. just like if you have a lawyer and you created a trust for your child, that lawyer cannot say, oh, i want that money. that's mine. i just wrote a letter to the president in response to a survey, they were talking about the social security. i said, look, this is a trust fund. we can get a class action of everybody who paid into it, and sue the federal government. let's see what happens. >> stephanie: yeah, yeah. >> caller: because we had no choice of them taking out deductions from our pay. >> stephanie: that's right. >> caller: social security, medicare. >> stephanie: no, i know. >> caller: we're still paying for it. >> stephanie: a lot of people have said this but i wish we
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could change the name of it from entitlement forever. >> caller: i don't like that entitlement crap. >> stephanie: it's our money. >> caller: it sounds like some beggars. >> just a bunch of freeloaders getting free crap. >> stephanie: we can't afford this. like we're a bunch of moochers. >> caller: i don't know if i heard this correctly or not, but at one point did they not borrow from this fund? >> yes, from the social security fund. >> stephanie: they borrowed our money. >> caller: they're not allowed to do that. >> stephanie: you raised a point. i haven't heard a lot of people make which is true. we don't have a choice. we don't have a choice of paying into social security. >> caller: no, i've been working since 1968, and they never gave us a choice. if they would have said to us back then, look, you can either invest this or we'll invest it. we didn't have that choice. >> stephanie: they're going to tell you that you can't have it in a few years. what do you think about that. bonnie is the smartest girl in
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class. [ . [ ding ding ] ] "the stephanie miller show." >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i was calling in. i wanted to talk about i think a lot of the things about the election is overanalyzed and i feel that a lot of people, they're going to vote for who they're going to vote for. armed with the facts, and the arguments to feel confident in their positions. i want them to have the data and i want them to have the passion. but it's also about telling them, you're put on this planet for something more. i want this show to have an impact beyond just informing. an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> sound byte: everyone, we need to discuss our problems with. >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> sound byte: her little habit of personal amusement has gotten way out of hand. >> stephanie: 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll-free from anywhere. roland says, we may sell out of v.i.p. today. and the balcony which has amazing close site lines and there are affordable tickets as well for the january 19th d.c.
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inauguration weekend sexy liberal palooza with hal john, aisha and me, and jim and probably chris. >> probably? >> stephanie: i'm sure something can be arranged for you to get you there in steerage. do you hear that irish music? that's the jig you'll hear down below on the way to d.c. [ irish music ] >> stephanie: that's funny. >> we'll just clog our way to d.c. >> sure. >> stephanie: we're on a bit of a budget. yeah, picture the old time when the reporters run into the telephone booths. [ screaming ] a little bit of a panic. we announced there are only three shows in 2013. it will be more of a community website, that's our only east coast show and then a midwest
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show in the spring, and a west coast show in the fall. that's it. no mas. es finito. let's dive into the right-wing world and see what they're doing. >> sound byte: i would recommend that mitt romney not go to the lunch. >> a lot of people agree with you. >> sound byte: the president had four years with his ideas. if he had listened to mitt romney, they wouldn't be debate debating over anything. i understand it's a chazy thing to do, he's going to say wow you really made sense. >> stephanie: just because it's a traditional thing for them to do. can i say i see them shaking hands, i don't mean to continue to gloat but its like a game of twister, and the president is
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standing on the seal and mitt romney is outside of the circle. >> apparently there is a set of boxing gloves on a table you can see them. fox news is really upset about it. >> showing that he can knock him out with the boxing gloves. >> i haven't looked at the picture. >> stephanie: somebody must have photo shopped it. >> maybe you're looking at a cropped-- >> it's way in the background, in partially open door you can see the boxing gloves. >> stephanie: you can barely see that. are you kidding me? charles on cavuto. >> sound byte: warren buffet is a great speculator. it doesn't mean that he knows a damn thing about economic policy. i can't believe people keep turn to go him as the sage of economy. warren buffet, especially lately has become a mouth piece of this administration. he's their corporate mouth piece, one of them, and particularly the most vocal one.
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he writes op-eds. and he shows up at the state of union. take it for what it's worth. through the prism, a very political prism of warren buffet who has always been a liberal. >> he can't understand the economy if's liberal. >> stephanie: he's not the right kind. >> idiot. >> stephanie: i speculate anyone who is a billionaire knows a little something about the economy. >> capitalism. >> stephanie: knows a little bit of something about the policy. >> he wasn't for romney. he doesn't know anything. >> he owns companies. >> stephanie: i wonder how many billions of dollars that charles gasparino has made. rush limbaugh. >> sound byte: it's my contention that the democrat party wants taxes for everybody. going over the cliff is a win. obama gets to raise taxes, which by the way include tax increases on middle class. >> no. >> sound byte: you have to make a pretense of paying for the
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welfare state. he does want more revenue but not to balance budgets. he wants more revenue to spinned it. >> he's lowering taxes on 98% of the people and raising it on the top 2% including people like rush limbaugh, which is why he's whiney. >> stephanie: too, it's even the very wealthy. it's only--the first $250,000 of your income. >> right. >> stephanie: it's amazing that all of this heat and noise over all this when it's not--as the president often said it's asking the rich to pay a little bit more, and it literally is a little bit more. like we're going back to eisenhower tax rates? >> not even close. not even kennedy tax rates. >> stephanie: yes, you still get the tax cut. that's what he was saying, the first $250,000 of your income which even wealthy people. >> which is absolutely fair. >> stephanie: peter johnson whose name is peter johnson.
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>> sound byte: same sex law takes effect in washington state. people said they want to do it, husband and wife bride and groom, through the cultural kinship terms that go with heterosexual marriage go out the window. the issue becomes in terms of gender neutrality. do we no longer say father and mother. do we say parent. do we no longer say brother and sister we say sibling. widow and widower. what does it mean in our relationship and how we view each other people who choose to engage in heterosexual marriage. >> and what does it mean that your name is dick wiener. >> stephanie: i think we can start with the contention that. ♪ you are an idiot ♪ ha-ha ha-ha ♪ >> stephanie: it's so murky and confusing, husband and husband wife and wife.
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>> if it's two men husband and husband. >> stephanie: and father and father no, it's not confusing. only because i mentioned it before. ♪ you are an idiot ♪ >> when your name is peter-- peter linga. >> stephanie: do you think he has had lunch with dick. >> stephanie: mike, who is on the phone for you? what? >> it's friday on a really bad week. >> your name is not richard wang knock it off. [ hee, hee hey ♪ >> sound byte: what about you
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kristin, who do you think should be person of person of the year. this may be my republicanness showing. but paul ryan. he was not being that, quote/unquote that big of a deal in the presidential race but if you think about it, he's the one guy here in the u.s. who is really trying to put together ideas--wait wait, wait, he couldn't. he couldn't even carry his state. [ laughing ] >> stephanie: he couldn't even carry his hometown. >> in his home state. >> when bill o'reilly tells you you're an idiot for saying something like that you know you're an idiot. >> stephanie: we have a lot of right wing idiots, but wow you take the cake. okay bill o'reilly and dennis miller. >> sound byte: one of your favorite people, and she's nominated for person of the year by "time" magazine, and you say. i think she's perfect for the
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modern woman. and it's sad to say but single women, that's what been yielded up by the women's movement. i didn't see that coming but it would appear helplessness perpetually being caught in the 1968 virginia slim's ad in a magazine. i think she'll only accept the cover if they agree to comp her subscription. and you know something if this is the way guys want to go, i got my pod face on. i'm happy for the women. you are women hear me snore. >> stephanie: women, hear me snore. [ drums ] oh man of ark. he wrote that himself. >> and in the virginia slims ad. >> stephanie: how many times do you think he calls her that. >> i don't think i've seen a virginia slims ad in 15 years.
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>> stephanie: current reference, very current. mason in ohio. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi mason. >> caller: hey, good morning sunshine. >> stephanie: good morning sunshine. >> caller: i really thought that after the election the craziness might die down. it isn't. they just dug their heels in, and boehner or boner rather. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: do you think he sweats bourbon. >> stephanie: yes, it only gets worse. >> i'm sweating bourbon. >> stephanie: speaking of right wing crazies. it's hard to top gomert. >> surprise, surprise, surprise. >> that's gomer. >> stephanie: he's well named. he was on the radio host gafney show. noted homophobic, crazy. alleged the obama administration has aided al-qaeda and the
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muslim brotherhood. investigations are necessary because president obama made horrendous decisions in backing resolutions in the middle east and far east and listened closely to the advice of muslim brotherhood members. >> what? >> stephanie: later on in the program he accused the president of wanting a new ottoman empire to take place alleging al-qaeda and muslim brotherhood to take other in post gadhafi libya. >> okay, that's not true. >> stephanie: that's so cute. [ magic wand music ] you are just so adorable. 45 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." [ whistling ] >> sound byte: that's a lot of zeros. >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ music ♪ ]
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agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ singing ] >> stephanie: it is the stephanie miller. welcome to it. 50 minutes after the hour. by the way the same response about the big first sexy liberal show in d.c. in 2013, january january 19th, fun, wow. >> sound byte: fun wow! [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: okay see
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something was lodged out of my 70s brain. and jen sent it. >> sound byte: fun! wow! >> stephanie: you're annoying. that's an annoying child. just a note to let you know fantasyland still runs-- >> sound byte: fun! wow! >> stephanie: because of this. >> sound byte: good clean fun. >> stephanie: sexy liberal not good clean fun. the filthiest kind of fun ever. >> not for the faint of heart. >> stephanie: no, not for the kids. here is the original from 1978, enjoy. jen. [applause] >> stephanie: you have to know. can we hear it again. it just occurred to me, jim this is why i do not have children. >> serving you 24 hours today. this is youtube announcer buffalo.
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>> sound byte: fun! wow! [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> new country music show. >> stephanie: if you were battered with that through the 60s and 70s fun wow. i thought all children sounded like that all the time. that's why i did not have children. >> sound byte: fun! wow! [ screaming ] >> stephanie: okay. >> sound byte: good clean fun. >> stephanie: all right. [applause] my friends and i used to do that all through high school. if we suggested anything fun to do fun wow. >> did you ever actually go to fantasy child. >> stephanie: no, i thought that irritating child would be there. >> let's go to fantasyland. >> stephanie: i thought that's what kids were on everything. would you like scrambled eggs? fun, wow and then i have this facial tick by the time the kid is a year old. jenny from georgia, you're on
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"the stephanie miller show." welcome. hi jenny. >> caller: hello, sweetie. i am an old person. i'm 64. >> stephanie: that's not so old. >> caller: i don't know how many times--it is. if you don't raise the date that you can retire for social security keep on raising it every year because then i'll never get there. you know. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: i'm just saying. all right, since i'm old, it's like all my life i heard republicans go on and on and on about the debt, about the debt. oh, you got to be fiscally responsible, blah-blah-blah, if you ran it like a business. i heard that every single time the democrats were in power. when they were in power they did whatever the heck they wanted. >> stephanie: they said deficits don't matter. quote dick cheney or whatever.
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[ whatever ] who can remember. >> who can say. >> stephanie: by the way wow guess who relayed a lot of bad intelligence on tv shows. senator john mccain and lindsey graham. >> i think once they said there were weapons of mass destruction in iraq. >> stephanie: yes, they're accusing susan rice, and their own moment of relaying bad intelligence. in 2003 they made appearances on "meet the press"; "face of a nation" where they said saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction. for 1 years we've been playing this game trying to get this man to part with his weapons of mass destruction. mccain on "face of a nation" also made the case for the war based on weapons--wmd, and not
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being straightforward is a very reckless charge. there is not a doubt in my mind that saddam hussein would give out weapons of mass destruction. so basically wrong wrong wrong about everything. [ buzzer ] possibly even misleading the american people. >> by the way saddam hussein had nothing to do with al quite. with al-qaida. they hated each other. >> stephanie: susan collins said she would have a hard time supporting susan rice, questioning they are liability. blah-blah-blah. but she had no concern about condoleezza rice despite her misinformation about the incitycation of iraq. former presidential
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candidate jon huntsman said he urged those including those in his own party to temper their criticism. huntsman said it would have been nearly impossible for authorities to instantly obtain accurate information about who was responsible for the september attack. because of that susan rice saying that it was attack of terrorism criticism was completely misplaced. no one is prepared for an attack like that. it takes a while to sort through the details and it does not do a lot of good to point fingers until you know what is behind it, and you won't know that immediately. he got no support from the republican field because he's far too reasonable. karen, you're on "the stephanie miller show."
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hi, karen. >> caller: hang on, hang on. >> you have to kick off the bluetooth. >> caller: are you there? >> stephanie: hi, karen. >> caller: i just wanted to say hal's comment the other day about having friends that are just adamant about voting every four years. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: the midterms have consequences too. if we hopefully learned from a couple of years ago in 2010, we need to stay on top of things and keep writing and tweeting and e-mailing and whatever to keep these--whether we've got republicans or democrats you know, just call them and let them know that you're watching. >> stephanie: right, right. absolutely. jim in politico, mcconnell and obama overcome bad blood? they're not fond of each other. really. before thanksgiving mcconnell
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mcconnell's blunt message in a private phone call to president obama. only four out of 120 kentucky counties. [ huh ] he was warning obama of the mounting campaign to avert the fiscal cliff backfire because he lost counties in kentucky. >> you didn't win any counties in kentucky so you're a big loser. >> stephanie: the frosty relationship between the two of them. they rarely met or spoke privately since obama moved into the oval office. do you think he knocks on on the door every now and then? come on, mitch don't be like that. [ knocking on the door ] >> he's withholding from me. >> stephanie: is that what the atrium sounds like? >> i'm going back to the galapagos islands. >> stephanie: for christmas to visit family.
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john fugelsang fridays with fugalsang next on "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: happy friday everybody. friday with sexy liberal and john fugelsang coming right up. speaking of fun. i think of jacki schechner in the current news center. >> sound byte: fun! wow! [ ♪ music ♪ ] that she's fun in a nifty news package. >> because its parade music. i see how this comes back
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around. >> stephanie: to you twirling the baton on the sexy liberal show in dc at the inauguration? i. >> i thought you were continuing with that sentiment. >> stephanie: i think we have it on tape that you said yes. to which we said, fun! wow! >> sound byte: fun! wow! [ marching band music ] >> stephanie: here is jacki schechner twirling a baton. here she is now in the current news center. >> that's going to be stuck all weekend. good morning everybody. bradley manning faces u.s. military prosecutors for the first time today at his pretrial hearing continues. he's charged with leaking hundreds of thousands of classified documents on the wars in iraq and afghanistan to the website wikileaks. the former intelligence analyst made his first public comments yesterday since being arrested in 2010, and testified in support of a defense motion that
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his confinement for nine months in a marine corps break was so harsh the case should be dismissed. he was transferred to leavenworth and forced to surrender in his underwear at night and was locked up 23 hours a day. they said it was necessary to keep manning from hurting or killing himself. the judge has agreed to consider or not yet accept the deal or manning would plead guilty to 8 of 22 charges which could lead him to facing 16 years in prison rather than 72. and that would start december december 10th. the president will go to a factory in hatfield that makes tinker toys. he's making a speech on the impact the fiscal cliff would have on americans at home. secretary of state clinton is warning not eaching a budget deal would have an impact on global economy global security.
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she gave a speech at the brookings institute yesterday and said she's hearing concerns from other countries about the choices we're making when it comes to the economy and it's essential that lawmakers in washington make a meaningful deal. we're back after the break. stay with us. i want to have that conversation. let's talk about it. really? you're going to lay people off because now the government is going to help you fund your healthcare. really? i want to have those conversations, not to be confrontational, but to understand what the other side is saying, and i'd like to arm our viewers with the ability to argue with their conservative uncle joe over the dinner table.
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liberal comedy tour makes it's it's 2013 2013 debut featuring hal sparks, john fugelsang aisha tyler, and stephanie miller. music music the long awaited washington, d.c. stephanie miller sexy liberal show at the warner theater january 19th. >> stephanie: yahoo, rocky mountain mike. >> wow wow. >> stephanie: how about that. >> we're all sharing the same hotel room. >> stephanie: that's what we're talking about. woka woka, we need to brush up on that tea bagging demonstration. three way by racial tea bagging demonstration. >> you need to get president obama as your special guest and
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he can tea bag you. >> i'm sure that will happen. >> i'm just saying. if you're reaching for the sky. >> aeisha is the official obama surrogate. she got close enough to him for himtosay he was a cookie and freedom. there were loose pants and i couldn't see what was happening. >> a year and a half of me trying to do something on stage while hal tea bags you every night. and aisha whipped me, i'm not sure what she was doing but we both survived. it was a wholesome moment. it's an wholesome moment through the whole show. >> i'll be happy to bunk with aisha. >> stephanie: you would do anything for your country. >> you're like the baby jesus if he was a lecherous guy.
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>> stephanie: john fugelsang. >> i feel i haven't seen you in so long since liz and dick. >> stephanie: are we talking about lindsay lohan's latest? >> she punched a psychic. >> stephanie: she didn't see who was coming? >> no, liz and dick was like a sin maximum vomit and vomit wrote the movie. >> stephanie: oh. >> the committee is going to ignore that film twice. >> stephanie: lindsay lohan was partying hard before being arrested at a nightclub. she sucker-punched a club goer and then spit on her after doing cocaine. >> allegedly. >> stephanie: of course it's allegedly. give lindsay lohan the benefit of the doubt. >> my favorite part of liz and
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dick is when she was told that richard burton died. she just drop-faint. >> stephanie: was it good. >> no, it was awful. >> you thought it would be about a guy who used a bad british accent to pick up stoned girls into how many times did she have to do that scene. lindsay. just pretend you're in a club. >> she collapsed in spinning class which is hard to do because you're clipped into the bike. you passed out a hundred times. how hard could this be. >> train wrecks reject any comparison to the film. it takes a lot to feel that sorry for lindsay lohan. they achieved it. thank you, lifetime. >> stephanie: john fugelsang how are you feeling about the approach being at the precipice of the fiscal cliff. >> i'm so grad that john boehner is on the front line rejecting the american voters. john baner is like the guy who just lost lotto and he's demands
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his prize. >> stephanie: exactly. we just did these new polls. 60% want the rich to pay exactly what the president is proposing. 70% don't want cuts to medicare to raise the age. who-- >> those are the republicans. >> stephanie: who are they representing? who are they representing. >> you know who they're representing. the people they always represent. the gop stands for greedy oil pimps. they voted for it in 2008, and they voted for it again in 2012. downjohn boehner and is deliberately going against the american people. that's what makes it so funny. >> stephanie: it's so much fun. >> yes. >> stephanie: mike, go ahead. >> caller: you were saying that john boehner for four years has been standing up in press
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conference after press conference telling the american people what they want. now they're telling him what they want, he won't do anything. >> stephanie: the president made this point john, when he was elected. even in the exit polling even the people who didn't vote for me agree with me on this issue. >> exactly. and yet the republican people keep voting for republicans again. they're likely like rihanna and keep going back for more abuse. >> stephanie: lance, go ahead. >> caller: how. >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i really enjoy you and the guys and i want to tell you that your show is one of favorite political shows. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i got a couple of questions for you. you saw the other day where it said in the date of texas there would be more registered democrats in the year 2024 than
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there would be republicans. if that's the case, the game is over for the republicans wouldn't you say. >> stephanie: well yeah. it's not just demeanor demographic. it's generational. they keep thinking it's just about demographics but the thing about the younger kids, they're more liberal. this is the latest poll. it's not just a demographic problem. they believe in government. >> the g.o.p. is good at two things. and they're really good at two things. redistribution of wealth to the top 2% from the rest of the population. they're really good at getting millionaires to vote for them and helping millionaires. you'll see evangelicals alike they care more about power than ideology. you'll see homophobia get dropped, and immigration--even sean hannity and the pathway of
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stay in touchcitizenship. in 20 years they're going to be arguing that republicans led the fight for gay marriage. >> stephanie: would you take your organ out for me. >> right away. [ organ music ] >> stephanie: we were talking about social issues, not rick warren. he said that evangelical churches were partly responsible for the negative attitudes towards gays-- >> only partly. >> stephanie: asked about the sued of tyler clemente after his roommate broadcast video taken of him with another man he said some churches fall short--some like yours, you mean. >> hypocrite. >> stephanie: the host said clemente's left their church because they felt that it separated them from their son. he said, god accepts you
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unconditionally but does not approve of everything that you do. i am so sick of this language. i don't seek to be approved. >> you're an american. you don't need their approval or toleration. but this is the argument that i want the media to start taking homeophobes never get to call them christians again because jesus never said anything about it. it's the biggest selling non-fiction of all time. the bible hats sold more so he's calling the bible fiction. >> stephanie: acting on same sex attraction is no different than punching a guy in the nose and consuming arsenic. is that what you call tolerating accepting or loving. >> can we buy a dictionary and staple his eyelids open so he can read the world consensual the
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word consensual. >> consensual stapling of the eyelids. >> stephanie: do you know what i think when i think soda stream. >> sound byte: fun! wow! [ marching band music ] >> stephanie: it's true, people think that wee. it's fun. it's the new way to enjoy great-tasting soda in less than 30 seconds. >> fun! >> wow! >> sound byte: fun! wow! >> stephanie: you know why? it transforms water into fizzy soda in second. no lugging and disposing of bottles and clan. environmentally wow. >> is that a little sneeze? >> stephanie: a little girl sneeze. it's so easy to use. fill it with water. snap it in and wow it happens just that fast. you know what is a big wow.
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>> wow! >> stephanie: how many flavors there are. >> how many flavors are there steph. >> stephanie: over 60. >> holy cow. do they have name brands. >> stephanie: mm-hmm. we'll get to that. regular, diet, all natural energy drinks and brand you know and love. >> like? >> stephanie: country time chrisal light. >> caller: whoa. >> stephanie: thank you. flavors with no high a aspartame. shut up, john fugelsang. listen to me. >> fanta? >> stephanie: it makes it like $0.25 per can. >> $0.25 wow. >> stephanie: i need a nap. check out soda stream soda maker. visit soda >> makes a great christmas gift. >> stephanie: okay, you know what you're overly enthusiastic. you know another "s" word?
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shut up you. 18 minutes after the hour. fridays with fugalsang on "the stephanie miller show"." >> sound byte: dammit, jim you made me snarf on my keyboard again. it's "the stephanie miller show." young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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>> sorry i'm told that's tina turner. >> stephanie: yes, thank you. 23 minutes after the hour. "the stephanie miller show." you know what, what happens to us on fridays when we've had a really long, really bad week. >> we watch videos. >> stephanie: the dog and the baby that's having a conversation. and the husky. [ baby crying dog howling ] >> wow. >> stephanie: oh, my god john, isn't that adorable. you're a new father. >> it sound like two things dying in the woods near each other. >> stephanie: yes. that's really cute. we'll post it. >> we'll post it on your facebook page. >> stephanie: the dog imitating the baby. >> there is an amazing facebook that i'm posting on my page. what is it when you get the implant in your ears. of a baby born deaf and they film the first time he hearing
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anything. he hears his mother's voice. the pacifier drops out of his mouth and he's smiling and beaming. you're going to love it. i'm such a baby loser now. it's sad. all over. >> you have a freshly baked one. >> stephanie: you have a freshly baked baby. >> yes, i do. >> yes, i have got nature's little celibacy people. >> stephanie: you can tell i've had a long week when i think anything with a baby is cute. but there is a dog with it. >> and a screaming cat. >> stephanie: yeah your house must be fun. [ meowing ] >> that's my alarm. it's nice. >> stephanie: dave from buffalo beseeches us. hello, dave. >> caller: hello, stephanie, how are you. >> stephanie: good, how are you? j. >> stephanie: i was doing fine until i listened to the show.
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i'm the official librarian. >> libarian or librarian. >> caller: librarian. >> wrong fetish group. sorry. >> caller: the gates of hell have opened. having flashbacks of my adolescent. >> sound byte: fun! wow! [ marching band music ] >> stephanie: sorry. >> caller: will you lose that, please. >> stephanie need that for foreplay. >> stephanie: listen, this explains why i turned out the way i did. it is exclusive because of that commercial and being raised by republicans. >> wow. >> stephanie: by the way that's not fun wow. >> the republican part.
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>> stephanie: no. barb in ohio. >> caller: great show. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: thank god we didn't get him as a president because he would have run the country like bain capital. and then boehner came out and i thought, the republicans already are. tax cuts, run up the debt. take money out of the country slash anything to do with the elderly working class of the poor, and then blame everybody else for their failures. yikes, it's bain all over again. >> that's gross madam. >> stephanie: we keep talking about hostess as the perfect example. drain the workers' pension to give ceo bonus and pay. and the other executives. and then when they go bankrupt who do they blame? the unions. >> caller: it's horrible that they don't see this. being from ohio, i just want to apologize to the rest of the country for john boehner. i'm very sorry we inflicted him
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on all of you. >> you also gave us dennis kucinich. >> stephanie: yes, by the way someone sent us a sound effect of boehner leaving the office for the last time after canter overthrow him. he's gathering his belongings. >> get your hands on my airplane bottles. >> stephanie: how bottles does he have squirreled away for emergencies? >> 20 bottles of hooch. >> when you insult john boehner you insult 47% of the american people. >> stephanie: i'm sorry. >> caller: oh, my god. it's awesome, i love it. it's great. >> stephanie: go ahead.
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>> caller: also on a side note. i figured out what is wrong with republicans. i got to say this, just listen. they have too much competition for, jen. it causes an increase in noxious oxide which is concentrated laughing gas and increase of noxious oxide is known to the rest of us in the liberal community in science to cause impairment and brain damage. >> stephanie: oh, i see suffocating inside the bubble. kids, much more to get to. john, you know there is a new sexy liberal rap. >> i know part three has hit the bricks. >> stephanie: we continue fridays with fugalsang on the stephanie miller.
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armed with the facts, and the arguments to feel confident in their positions. i want them to have the data and i want them to have the passion. but it's also about telling them, you're put on this planet for something more. i want this show to have an impact beyond just informing. an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport.
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[ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> we were actually looking for a cheap miller but you're a sexy little trash, the second you [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> sound byte: used to be a deejay, and she gave me a little remix here. >> stephanie: yes, a little remix, everybody. 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number. sexy liberal john fugelsang. oh, my god sexy liberal tour director roland said we're down to 48 v.i.p. tickets left yikes. >> already? >> stephanie: yes, for the january 19th inauguration
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weekend. anyway he said it's insane. if you want to group do it now. it's all the rage, macaroni the official rapper of the stephanie miller has a new one out. ♪ hey, wake up ♪ it's almost time ♪ for the instead the stephanie miller ♪ show. i wake up in the morning ♪ i turn on stephanie ♪ before i even brush my teeth ♪ i'm addicted to the truth ♪ addicted to the truth ♪ sexy liberal world ♪ anybody can be ♪ jim steph and jacki ♪ they be getting nasty ♪ they no fox news
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♪ they're classy. she'll make you smile ♪ when you're feeling crappy ♪ sexy liberal ♪ can we get an encore ♪ you know you want more fugalsang ♪ and hal sparks ♪ they are pop tarts ♪ he kickback ♪ in my drawers ♪ eating pop tarts ♪ they are not right ♪ so we can go left ♪ mama got our backs ♪ when we protest ♪ it's like that, mama ♪ we got your mama ♪ sexy liberal ♪ anybody could ♪ sexy liberal ♪ i think you should be ♪ sexy liberal ♪ anybody could ♪ >> stephanie: thank you, macaroni. how about that. >> that's the best ever. that was great. that was tupac. >> stephanie: he's awesome. >> i escaped that one. last time he rhymed fugalsang
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with putytang. >> and nappy with clapy. >> he rhymed farts with pop tarts. pop tarts. >> stephanie: yes. a disturbing story. the fcc giving way to rupert murdoch. he already owns, well, everything. he now covets the l.a. times and the chicago tribune. if changes go through the fcc mourdock could own the l.a. times and two tv stations in l.a. alone. we can stop this plan from moving forward. other members can take this back to the drawing board. they can speak up again and the obama administration can think about cross-examination rupert murdoch instead of appeasing him. and none of that will happen unless we make some noise. make some sexy liberal noise
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y'all. >> and watching mourdock melting down and destroying his own empire. >> stephanie: a little bit clumsy they barely lost to deny the licenses of two milwaukee radio stations for subsidizeing their campaign of scott walker with free time without allowing any of his opponents on the air. it's license challenge will be delayed because the fcc cannot find the legal pleadings even though they signed receiving them earlier in the month. we havewe are watching you. fcc, watching you. [applause] >> and to other news. >> stephanie: i'm sorry. >> marcus and michelle bachmann is in gay repairtive therapy. >> stephanie: no. >> no. >> why are you doing this to me! >> stephanie: no way really? >> yes. >> which kid, does it say? >> i don't have the-- >> stephanie: oh dear, oh heavens.
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maybe. >> it's funny until he robs you in stuckeys in ten years. >> maybe it's a joke. maybe it's just a joke. >> where did you read this news. >> just e-mail from somewhere. >> stephanie: all right. >> stephanie listener, you trust those people. >> stephanie: don't trust an e-mail from a listener. >> i saw something in print. it's got to be real. >> stephanie: tom in new mexico. hi tom. >> caller: hello how are you. >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: you had an individual who said she's 64 and old. she's mature enhanced. as far as john boehner. i think he's probably one of the worst speakers of the house. i would like to see someone do a ranking of all the speakers in the house in the past and see how he ranks or if he ranks at the bottom.
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i think he probably does. if not the bottom he's close. >> stephanie: a man who can't control his own caucus. >> he has no control over his caucus: his staff can't control his caucus. >> stephanie: no. rob in valencia good morning rob. >> caller: you start my day off i appreciate it. i want to talk to you about the republican party. these guys remind me of the monty python movie with the knight i'm going to cut your bloody knee caps off. >> stephanie: come back, you coward. >> caller: on another note if you think rush limbaugh is mad now, wait until this, his wife, i can't wait for the day when she takes him for every penny he
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has. >> if you think that guy didn't hand her a pre-newspaper until he was lowered on to his body on wedding night. >> stephanie: all right, john fugelsang, speaking about john bainer moving out of his office after eric cantor overthrows him. in honor of that, friday drunk stack, reilly sheehan reilly sheehan faces charges under super drunk designation after a traffic stop when the police discovered him clad in a teletuby costume. he registered blood alcohol level of .30. and the benchmark for the super drunk legislation is .17. >> wow. >> stephanie: he was wearing the costume of the purple tell
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tubby, blinky winky. >> blame the gays again. super tough laws. >> i'm guessing a higher super drunk law ♪ i'm super ♪ thanks for asking ♪ all things considered ♪ i could be better ♪ i must say ♪ >> sir your blood alcohol level reads you're a kennedy. >> stephanie: stop it. >> we're doing research, and we can't find that. >> stephanie: try not to read random e-mails from listeners like it's news, my credibility has already taken a beating this week without your help. dan from virginia you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hey, steph. this has been maddening ever since the november 6th this stuff is so obvious, it's like like--i mean, did we campaign against healthcare? nobody ran--nobody on the republican side ran to cut
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benefits to medicare. number two boehner re-elected in 2010, and he got 100% cuts. >> stephanie: as i was saying there is a new poll that is saying 70% of the american people don't want us to solve the crisis by raising the age of medicare from 65 to 67. you watch joe scarborough he's nuts. he said, we didn't get sent back to washington to raise taxes. well we didn't get sent to washington to cut medicare. >> stephanie: and by the way yes, you did get sent back to washington to raise taxes. i heard scarborough this morning saying the media has gotten so arrogant since the president loss. they should just lay down. no but they should listen to
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the american people. that's what they were elected for. >> i want to say guess what, tea bags, i made the healthcare plan the law of the land. ante up. he took their wishes and made it law. >> stephanie: the guy who had romney tattooed on his face? turns out he's a flip flopper. he's going to have it removed. the guy who had the romney ryan tattooed on his face. every an romney lost, he said he would never have the tattoo removed. i'm a man of my word. >> but he's not a man of his word. >> stephanie: he said after the post election comment especially because president obama won because he gave gifts to his constituency, he felt that romney was a bad loser.
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he said there is no dignity in saying that people won by buys votes. i can't stand behind that also probably he wanted to get rid of the tattoo. >> there is a celebrity endorsement. >> stephanie: someone offered to remove it for free. >> it was dr. will kirby of big brother. he's trying to get publicity. the world's number one expert of laser tattoo removal. >> that's the number one growth of industry. i want a fleet of tattoo remover. and what's that, next to medical pot, that's the next industry. rocky mountain mike said that guy is updating his face status. >> stephanie: thank you. 45 minutes after the hour. back for the remaining moments of friday with fugalsang on "the stephanie miller show"." >> announcer: it's her political party.
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>>i jump out of my skin at people when i'm upset. they're doing this this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>that's an understatement, eliot.
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>> it snapped out of my hand and hit me in the eye. >> i was hit in the ear with high iphones. >> stephanie: john fugelsang. we have a question from grace in alaska. >> caller: hey guys, you saved my brain this summer. i could go to the track with my dog, you know, 5:00 in the morning alaska time when you guys get on. >> stephanie: oh. >> caller: we go around the track, and you would save my mind. i'm in g.o.p. country up here. i tell you. >> stephanie: you've had an abby norm brain previously. >> i bought tickets to go to washington, d.c. for the inauguration regardless of who won, so i've been saying, oh please, oh please, oh please for months. now my son and i are going. who also is going to be in d.c. when my son and i are? >> stephanie: sexy liberal. >> caller: here's the question. he's 15, can he go. >> oh, yes. >> i think so. >> stephanie: we're going to rule that a yes.
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>> no doubt. >> i don't know if you want to go with him. but he can go. >> caller: yes. >> most of the humor is at a 13-year-old level. >> caller: that works for me. thank you very much. >> pg-13. i think he's good. >> stephanie: mama is a little r-ish. we'll see through. by the way, we can help with you that hump now that we've humped you with than abnormal brain of yours. >> sound byte: perhaps i can help with you that hump. you brought me an abnormal brain! >> stephanie: bill wrote susan collins said she was trouble very troubled. >> troublesome trouble. >> stephanie: susan writes just weeks before the election was acting political, of course this isn't true but where was she when condoleezza rice made the case for reelecting president bush stating he was such a strong leader. that's not political.
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>> the more he could be more involved was shooting bengahzi t-shirts out of a bengahzi campaign. >> stephanie: he's not even relevant in his own green room. >> that's what it's all about john mccain and lindsey graham, because their own party despises them both. >> stephanie: don't trump's partnership ruined macy's popularity. >> i ruined it hugely. >> stephanie: it has a sudden drop in popularity particularly among women. >> train wreck on 34th street. >> stephanie: and by the way the president is still president president. ♪ na, na, na ♪ >> stephanie: madonna's famous cone bra, they expect it will
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fetch $24,000. i can bring a sweaty running bra and auction it off for charity. >> there was a painting in the 90s and 80s where the cruise fix with human urine, and it was defended on free speech even if you don't like it. it's stupid right, but you have a--it's a stupidart but they have a right. so glenn beck is selling obama in pee-pee. it's plat tick obama wrapped in a flag submerged in urine. they had bids up to $11,000 but ebay removed it because it contained bodily waste. glenn beck said it was beer, not urine. but he advertised it as urine. the little obama that drops in
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the jar, it has a flag wrapped around it. glenn beck submerged a flag in urine. >> stephanie: you know, we were saying to what degree is just out and out racism against this president. did you hear what grover norquist said, john. >> which time. >> stephanie: this is the latest time regarding the fiscal cliff negotiation. >> sound byte: they can have him on a rather short leash on a small--here's your allowance come back next month if you have behaved. >> you're proposing that the debt ceiling be increaseed month by month. monthly if he's good. weekly if he isn't. >> wow. how can you tell when they're being racist or tribalist. it's hard to tell. >> stephanie: put a leash on the president of the united states. if he's good--that's not too
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condescending or racist, we're vomitous. >> what authority does he have to tell the president to do anything. >> the second most powerful guy who runs the republican party after limbaugh. >> stephanie: andrew. >> caller: i want to make a comment about republicans blocking obama's progress. everybody needs to go to www. and overturn the united petition. republicans will always block obama's progress because they want to protect their sugar daddy campaign donors from higher taxes. >> stephanie: yes. when i asked earlier who they were representing, that was it. joy in jersey, you're on the stephanie miller hi, joe. >> caller: hi, thank you for giving a voice to the insanity of politics. bear with me. i just started listening to you
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a couple of weeks ago to be completely honest, but i want to say some broader--not the fiscal cliff, not like that, but something broader. i honestly think that the republican party is on its way to extinction unless they change social issues which i don't see happening like abortion and their stance on gay marriage. this country is in a huge, huge different fundamentally progressive way right now. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: i think that's what lost the election. i don't think it's because a bad campaign-- >> stephanie: no, mitt romney was a bad caped but they had bad ideas. it's all the same ideas. >> caller: absolutely. how dare john mccain and lindsey graham go out there and sneer rice's name, you've been talking about it every day
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touching on it, they push for the iraq war when we still don't have any answers about that. >> stephanie: yes, exactly. and they, they were the specific people who presented the bad intelligence. >> exactly. they don't care bad intel is only an acceptable excuse when several thousand of american soldiers die over it. >> stephanie: this is in from roland, washington, d.c. box office has explodeed. i wouldry an get your january january 19th sexy liberal show. >> it looks like it's going to happen. >> huge celebrity guest on panel as usual and i think the v.i.p. may be gone today. but the only east coast show in 2013. we're only doing three. one east coast one midwest and one west coast. john fugelsang, love you madly. >> it's great to be back with you guys. >> stephanie: we'll see you monday on "the stephanie miller
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